Sports – Friday, March 28th, 2014

The Wisconsin
men’s basketball team breezed into the Elite 8 of the NCAA Tournament with a
69-52 thumping of Baylor.  Wisconsin sliced up the
highly touted Bears zone defense and made it look easy. Frank Kaminsky led the
way 19 points and six blocks.  Ben Brust
added 14 and Nigel Hayes 10.  Wisconsin will face #1 seed Arizona in the West Regional Final on
Saturday night.  The Wildcats rallied to
stop San Diego State 70-64.  The tip is set for 7:49pm on Saturday
night.  Coverage begins at 6:30pm on
News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


South Regional

Florida 79 UCLA 68

Dayton 82 Stanford 72



East Regional – on CBS

Michigan vs. Tennessee

Louisville vs. Kentucky


Midwest Regional – on TBS

Iowa State vs. Uconn 

Virginia vs. Michigan


Marquette interim Athletic Director Bill Cords announced on
Thursday that he was staying on for another year and he’s confident the school
will find a top notch coach to replace Buzz Williams.  ESPN reported on Thursday that VCU’s Shaka
Smart actually called the school yesterday to tell them he’s not interested in
the job.


The Bucks beat the Lakers
108-105 at the BMO
Harris Bradley
. Brandon Knight
had 30 as Milwaukee
snaps an 8 game losing streak.  The Heat
come to town on Saturday night.


The Badger men’s hockey team
opens up NCAA Tournament play tonight as they take on North
in CincinnatiWisconsin
is the #1 seed in their Regional.


The Reds beat the Brewers
8-2 in their Cactus League finale on Thursday afternoon. Kyle Lohse gave up 2
runs and 5 hits in five innings of work.   
The Brewers will play a two game exhibition series with the Royals
beginning tonight at Miller
.  Coverage tonight begins at 7pm on News-Talk
1450 KFIZ.   Saturday’s game gets under
way at 1pm on KFIZ.  The regular season
opener is Monday afternoon at Miller
against the


The Detroit Tigers have
inked two-time MVP Migel Cabrera to a 10-year, $292 million dollar contract


Fondy Boys took 13th out of
23 teams at the Stevens Point Invite. 

High Finishers for the Cardinals:

Shot Put – 2nd place – Mike
Theis – 54′ 3″

Shot Put
5th Place
– Jake Stadler –
47′ 4 1/2″

High Jump – 7th place –
Desmond Burns – 5′ 10″